Singapore firm to open new medical centre for southern china

Singapore firm to open new medical centre for southern china

Singapore healthcare operator Asian American Medical Group and private equity firm Rich Tree Holdings have broken ground on the Zhuhai-Singapore Life Science Park, which will bring wellness and advanced diagnostic services to Southern China when it opens in 2018. A third partner is US based UPMC.

This US$59 million project is expected to come on stream at the time of the completion of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, a series of connected bridges and tunnels to facilitate easy access between the three major cities, in 2017.

The 17- storey medical centre will offer health screening, endoscopic and operation services, as well as multidisciplinary medical consultations and cosmetic services from healthcare providers based in Singapore, South Korea and the USA.

Beyond medical services, the Park will also feature an international health screening centre, multi-disciplinary medical suites, and several retail outlets.

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